Thursday 9:00 PM on
WB (60 mins)
Status: Returning Series
Premiered September 16, 2002
Show Category: Drama
In its upcoming fourth season, Everwood will continue telling
stories to provoke the mind while stirring the heart.
Over the past months, both Dr. Andy Brown (Treat Williams) and
his son, Ephram (Gregory Smith) felt the constraints of small-town
life. Ephram's restlessness and resentment toward his father saw
him flee to Europe. Meanwhile, Dr. Brown's best friend Nina moved
in with Jake (Scott Wolf), the town's young hotshot doctor turned
entrepreneur. With so much unsettling change, Andy now wonders
if his grand experiment of moving to this simple Colorado town
has finally run its course. In the year ahead, both father and
son will face tough decisions about their future. Ephram's choice
is the hardest: forge ahead to new ground, or return to his old
life and Amy (Emily Van Camp), the girl he loves. For Andy, it's
a matter of trying to begin anew, perhaps in a place far from
From executive producers Greg Berlanti, Mickey Liddell and Rina
Mimoun. Produced by Berlanti/Liddell Productions, Everwood Utah,
Inc. in association with and distributed by Warner Bros. Television
Marcia Cross has had a
varied career in many colorful television series, including 'The
Edge of Night,' 'Knots Landing,' 'One Life to Live.'
In 1992, she joined the cast of 'Melrose Place.' Her mentally
unbalanced character assured her a memorable place in the
pop-culture pantheon. She left 'Melrose Place' after six seasons
to get her Master's Degree. In 2002, Marcia returned to TV in 'Everwood.'
She left 'Everwood' after one season to star in the pilot of
'Desperate housewives.' This proved to be a wise career
decision, as 'Housewives' became the number one new show of the
network television 2004-2005 season. For her role of Bree Van De
Kamp, Marcia received critical accolades and several awards and
Bit by the acting bug at the
age of 14, Merrilyn Gann has been performing ever since. With
many roles in television, film and theatre on her resume, Gann
returns for a third season as Mayor Rose Abbott - and Dr.
Abbott's better half - in the acclaimed Monday night drama "Everwood."
A native of Vancouver, British Columbia, Gann is a co-founder of
the Northern Light Theatre in Edmonton and Bard on the Beach in
Vancouver and has performed in numerous stage productions in
many prominent theatres across Canada. Gann is also an avid
singer. Along with her sister, Angela, and best friend, Kathy,
Gann fulfills her love for singing by performing in her
accapella group, Kamerran.
Gann's television credits include guest-starring roles in "Glory
Days," "The X-Files" and "Beyond Belief." Film credits include
"Heart of the Sun," "Falling In Love...Again" and "Best in
She received her Masters of Fine Arts from the University of
British Columbia in Vancouver. When not filming "Everwood" in
Salt Lake City, Utah, Gann can be found gardening and spending
time with her two sons in Vancouver.